Publications

Papers

  • Tal Golan; Ido Davidesco; Meir Meshulam; David M. Groppe; Pierre Megevand; Erin M. Yeagle; Matthew S. Goldfinger; Michal Harel; Lucia Melloni; Charles E. Schroeder; Leon Y. Deouell; Ashesh D. Mehta; Rafael Malach (2017) Increasing suppression of saccade-related transients along the human visual hierarchy. eLife
  • Tal Golan; Ido Davidesco; Meir Meshulam; David M. Groppe; Pierre Megevand; Erin M. Yeagle; Matthew S. Goldfinger; Michal Harel; Lucia Melloni; Charles E. Schroeder; Leon Y. Deouell; Ashesh D. Mehta; Rafael Malach (2016) Human intracranial recordings link suppressed transients rather than 'filling-in' to perceptual continuity across blinks. eLife
  • Aviva Berkovich-Ohana; Michal Harel; Avital Hahamy; Amos Arieli; Rafael Malach (2016) Data for default network reduced functional connectivity in meditators, negatively correlated with meditation expertise.. Data in Brief
  • Ly Deouell; K Grill-Spector; Rafi Malach; Mm Murray; B Rossion (2016) Introduction to the special issue on functional selectivity in perceptual and cognitive systems - a tribute to Shlomo Bentin (1946-2012). Neuropsychologia
  • Raya Eilam; Rina Aharoni; Ruth Arnon; Rafael Malach (2016) Astrocyte morphology is confined by cortical functional boundaries in mammals ranging from mice to human. eLife
  • Eran Dayan; Irit Sella; Albert Mukovskiy; Yehonatan Douek; Martin A Giese; Rafael Malach; Tamar Flash (2016) The Default Mode Network Differentiates Biological From Non-Biological Motion.. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
  • Meir Meshulam; Rafi Malach (2016) Trained to silence: Progressive signal inhibition during short visuo-motor training. NeuroImage
  • Aviva Berkovich-Ohana; Michal Harel; Avital Hahamy; Amos Arieli; Rafael Malach (2016) Alterations in task-induced activity and resting-state fluctuations in visual and DMN areas revealed in long-term meditators.. NeuroImage
  • Meytal Wilf; Michal Ramot; Edna Furman-Haran; Anat Arzi; Yechiel Levkovitz; Rafael Malach (2016) Diminished Auditory Responses during NREM Sleep Correlate with the Hierarchy of Language Processing.. PLoS One

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